When the last firestorm to engulf John Robertson blew up last year over his admission that in 2006 he was offered a $3 million "bribe" from businessman Michael McGurk but did not report it to police, two words sprang to the lips of many Labor MPs: poor judgment.
They made it clear that Robertson was on notice. With the revelation that as local MP he signed a letter for Lindt cafe siege gunman Man Haron Monis, the Opposition Leader appears to have run out of chances.
On Monday, MPs were once again left decrying the "poor judgment" he has shown over this latest incident.
Last year there Sean Nicholls: This Time ....were frantic – and ultimately successful – moves to hose down a push to replace him as leader.
NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson is under pressure to resign today, as MPs and officials canvass support for rivals after revelations Mr Robertson wrote a letter conveying a request from Man Haron Monis, the gunman behind the Sydney siege.
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